Why study Spanish?
Knowing Spanish is a useful skill that sets people apart in the job market. Many businesses want to hire professionals who can speak and write in Spanish.
Work on all four of the language skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening. Class time is used to practice Spanish. You will develop confidence in your abilities in Spanish.
- Intermediate and advanced Spanish
- Language and community immersion
- Latin American civilization and culture
- Latino cultural studies
- Spanish-language films
- Spanish literature
Spanish is often used as part of a double major, alongside accounting, business administration, marketing and other fields.
- Criminal justice
- Social work
Prepare for your future
A Spanish degree will equip you with the skills employers value most: communicating your ideas, analyzing a problem, and working with others to find a solution. In a job market that’s evolving faster than ever, you'll have the knowledge and tools to succeed in a variety of fields.